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Meetings

A meeting on HTML5 Meeting is where up to five people convene in a virtual room via a browser-based application to communicate and collaborate with ease, convenience, and security.
You are able to create a meeting room by naming a URL and clicking ‘Create’ - then follow the room link to enter the meeting. If you would like to use the URL for every meeting you host, simply choose to ‘Claim’ the URL and it will be yours to keep.
You are able to invite a total of five people to a meeting, this is typically comprised of four attendees and a host.
Once you have created your meeting room, it is as simple as providing the link to your attendees – or share the link through a range of social media integrations to capture a new audience entirely.
HTML5 Meeting uses a new technology called WebRTC which is currently supported by the main browsers including Chrome, Firefox, Opera and Yandex. If you use any of these browsers but cannot get HTML5 Meeting to work, we recommend checking you have the latest version of the browser. Other browsers are now implementing this technology and will be available in future.
No - you only need to choose any URL to start a meeting. But if you would like to keep this URL for future meetings, then we recommend signing up so that you can ‘Claim’ your URL.
When a room is 'claimed' it simply means that particular room URL has been permanently reserved for further use. A normal room may be used for a single session where the URL is not required in future.
Before inviting your attendees and starting a live session, it is important to know what type of room setupis right for you.

You may be presenting an idea to a large amount of people or simply having an open discussion with a group of colleagues - each situation presents its own benefits and challenges and you should be fully informed before starting out.

Meetings and webinars require different feelings and styles. A meeting is ideal when everyone within the group is encouraged to talk and discuss, whereas a webinar is typically only designed to allow the host to talk. So, a meeting is interactive, dynamic and more of an open discussion where anyone can speak at any time. A webinar allows the host to present with the audience remaining silent until prompted.

Don’t worry – HTML5 Meeting is flexible! If your session needs to start in the style of a webinar for you to first present the information, you can then switch to meeting mode within the room to open up a discussion. Although your audience is set to silent you can always ‘pass the mic’ to an attendee to speak or make use of the live-chat option to address questions or save them for later.

So, remember to breathe, be prepared, and take your time. Know that we are with you all the way with powerful online communication tools that ensure your next meeting puts you in the driver’s seat and leaves the audience informed as well as amazed.
HTML5 Meeting uses a new technology called WebRTC which is currently supported by the main browsers including Chrome, Firefox, Opera and Yandex. If you use any of these browsers but cannot get HTML5 Meeting to work, we recommend checking you have the latest version of the browser. Other browsers are now implementing this technology and will be available in future.
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